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>>> former congressman jesse jackson jr. is facing federal charges. how much money prosecutors say he stole from his campaign and what he allegedly used money to buy. >> beyonce's second d.c. show sold out this morning in one minute, why experts say most fans never had a chance to get a ticket. >> later on the news edge dedicated fans camp out for days in the cold wet weather for a pair of shoes, why police want to be there when the shoes go on sale at 11:00. >> keep it right here. fox 5 news at 10:00 is coming right back.  >>> well, i bet you're one of these folks like me, dozens frustrated beyonce fans in the d.c. area tonight, they missed out on tickets to her first july concert. today they missed out on a chance to get tickets on the second july date when the tickets sold out in a matter of seconds. tonight they want to know how is that possible? fox 5's maureen umeh has the story. >> a lot of fans have been sounding off on our facebook and twitter pages calling for an investigation into ticketmaster and other places that sell tickets. they want to know how tickets w
story tonight, jesse, jackson, jr., entered a plea today admitting he schemed to spend three quarter of a million dollars of campaign funds on himself. fox 5's bob barnard has more on what federal investigators call one of the worst cases of corruption. >> jesse jackson, jr., the 47- year-old disgraced former illinois congressman, name sake son of the famed civil rights leader, pled guilty in a federal courtroom in washington to participate in a seven-year conspiracy to defraud his political supporters of their campaign contributions. leaving court jackson spoke briefly. >> not a proud day. >> i'm sorry i let everybody down. >> did you say you're sorry? >> he's now facing up to five years in prison. >> the guilty plea today is so tragic because it represents such wasted potential. >> u.s. attorney for the district of columbia, ron, layed out the government's case against jackson and his coconspirator. she is also pled guilty and facing up to three years in prison for failing to report $600,000 in income between 2005 and 2011. >> in all, jesse jackson, jr., and his wife conver
jesse jackson jr. is making headlines yet again. he reportedly signed a plea deal in the remember if investigation of his alleged misuse -- in the former investigation of his alleged misuse of funds. jackson has been under investigation for using campaign funds to decorate his d.c. home among other things. >>> former maryland state delegate christine jones was laid to rest today. the 83-year-old died last month after being hurt in a fire at her temple hills home. jones represented prince george's county and the house of delegates from 1982 to 1994. in her final year she was the assistant floor leader for the house democrats. >>> coming up on the news edge d.c. councilman jim graham explains a questionable ethics report. >> there's no way that could be substantiated because there's no truth to it whatsoever. >> hear his explanation and harsh words for another council member. >> and the teenager that flipped off a judge in florida ready to apologize at 11:00. b. delicious. but say i press a few out flat... add some beef sloppy joe sauce... and cheese fold it all up and boom! i just
on and off the stage. >> i can't help her. maybe i should just get -- >> reporter: judge randy jackson explains why he thinks the heated exchanges between mariah carey and nikki minaj made news, and why it may continue. >> watch the tape back and you'll understand. >> really? is that what you do? is that what you do? >> you have to get to the point where you are always cool about disagreeing. i'm sure we'll have more of that. we're human. always take a minute, even with me, simon and paul. i was thinking back the other day, ryan, the first day of judging, with me, simon and paula, was insanity. >> you would have never thought we would have a second season. >> i think we had a five-hour break or something! >> reporter: next, it's off to hollywood, where the challenges will be both mental and physical, when the contestants compete with the best. >> you start warming up and you hear five, 10, 15, 30 other people that you think are better than you, and you go, wow! >> sharing rooms with people who snore, being frustrated, tired, being a little bit insecure that there are a lot of other peo
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